I have never seen anything like this anywhere in the world! People can be so rude, nasty, disrespectful, and downright despicable. The Devil has his fangs in their vein. I look into the spirit of a person and there is a lot I’m not seeing. Where are the signs of the fruits of decency? Their internal life is polluted with something that poisons a pleasant demeanor. They seem to not have any type of internal regulatory system at all…nothing to “give-a-hoot” about their lack of civility. If water was the same as concern for the social welfare of other’s, they would be a desert with no water at all. It’s as if their self-importance is above anything else in the world, and they probably attend a Church that promotes each person as their own god. Or maybe no one really cares what they believe as long as the general philosophy is “to each his own.” I believe they would even change “In God We Trust” to avoid identifying themselves with the one true God.
“Cross over to the coasts of Cyprus and look, send to Kedar and observe closely; see if there has ever been anything like this” The people deserted God! The person saying that invited the people to look around into other parts of the country to see if this has ever happened before. Those people deserted the source of their internal comfort. Their earth was polluted like garden soil polluted with insecticide. The same as today not wanting Christ to be buried in the garden of our soul. Those delivering the Bible texts were lying about what the texts really said. The same as pastors, preachers, and ministers today who no longer speak on the message of the cross. They left the springs of the waters-of-life given by God. The same as rejecting the infilling of the Holy Spirit in our society today. They wanted to worship worthless gods made of the same materials their chariots and homes were. The same as today’s rejecting of Christ’s shed blood which justifies our appearance in the presence of God. Changing the one true God for something dead robs us of the glorification of the resurrection.
May the spirit of God’s love, kindness, and mercy be with us through Christ
(The above quote is from Jeremiah 2:10 of the Bible, NIV)